The Next Exxon
Under-Publicized Mining Company Poised to Produce 1,000% Profits from a 2.8 Billion Pound Lithium Oxide Discovery … without Drilling a Single Well!
Dear Investor:
A massive reserve of what may be the new “super fuel” to replace ordinary gasoline – lithium – has been discovered in America. And investors who get in on the ground floor of Lithium Exploration Group (symbol: OTC: BB: LEXG) have a unique opportunity to capture the lion’s share of the early profits from lithium’s meteoric rise from relative obscurity to the “next gasoline.” In fact, LEXG investors who get in early could see profits as high as 1,000% or more within the next 12 months, when the company’s flagship lithium deposit in Canada begins production. The Lithium Exploration Group’s North American property is in Valleyview, located in northwest Alberta Canada. This property encompasses a massive 113,500 prime acres, making it one of the larger lithium claims on the North American continent.

Just look at the gains other investors have already reaped from the new lithium windfall: ** Quest Rare Minerals – up 11,227% in 20 months. ** Lithium One – up 3,117% in 8 months. ** Canada Lithium – up 2,480% in 24 months. ** Western Lithium – up 1,991% in 14 months. ** Li3 Energy – up 825% in 3 months.


Editor's letter One man’s garbage… Why LEXG picked Valleyview Lithium Prices are heading higher Electric car market for lithium is exploding! Making gasoline obsolete The time to own LEXG is now! LEXG’s Argentinian treasure 7 Reasons to own LEXG Today How to buy LEXG

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Own Lithium Exploration Group today (symbol: OTCBB: LEXG) LEXG also has a South American lithium claim in the Salta Province in northwest Argentina, in two areas totaling 104,560 acres. Valleyview sits atop a portion of the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, a vast area of the Earth’s crust that has filled with shale, limestone, sandstone, and other sedimentary rocks over time. In fact, the lithium concentrations in Valleyview’s brine may be significantly higher than the measured 200 ppm. Here’s why... The brine sampling at Valleyview took place at the depths of the drilled oil well. The oil sits atop the trapped brine. By drilling a few hundred meters further, the well could reach the bottom of the trapped brine. The theory is that sediment settles, and so the brine at the bottom could conceivably have much higher lithium concentrations than the water at the top. The Valleyview and Salta Province projects can produce battery-grade lithium carbonate as well as other lithium products, giving flexibility in how resources are monetized over time. Underground rock formations there contain huge In 2010, the Alberta Geological Survey

One man's garbage.
In nature, lithium is found either dissolved in mineral-rich waters or “brine,” or locked in rocks and clay. At Valleyview, the lithium is contained in brine trapped in basins in the rock formation. In oil and gas exploration, one man’s garbage is indeed another man’s treasure – and lithium is a good case in point. A number of mining and exploration companies – including Barrick Energy and Paramount Resources – have drilled dozens of oil and gas wells on the Valleyview property entirely at their expense… without it costing Lithium Exploration Group one red cent. (Drilling even a single well could cost up to a million dollars or more.) These 96 wells, 70 percent of which are in

Underground rock formations there contain huge basins that fill with lithium-bearing waters. The trick for producers is to get the lithium to the surface – and recover it -- at the lowest possible cost. A 1995 report from the Albert Research Council (ARC) states that the whole area has the potential for very large resources of lithium within formation waters. Based on 3,768 core analyses and 29 permeability studies, the ARC provided a “historical resource estimate” of a whopping 2.8 billion pounds of lithium in the region. The brine is also rich in other metals and minerals including calcium, magnesium, iodine, bromine, and potassium. The estimated concentration of lithium, from 50 to 200 parts per million (ppm), compares favorably with lithium brine deposits in Nevada that are currently in production.

In 2010, the Alberta Geological Survey (AGS) compiled and reviewed 1,511 individual records of ground and foundation water geochemical lithium data from government sources and their own database. And guess what? They found that the well with the highest concentration of lithium oxide – 140 milligrams per liter – is located right in the center of LEXG’s Canadian property. In fact, every well test with high concentrations of lithium falls on Lithium Exploration Group’s Valleyview property. The lithium dissolved in the brines of Valleyview is largely an untapped resource: there are no other lithium companies on the land extracting the metal.

These 96 wells, 70 percent of which are in active operation, were drilled to produce oil and gas, abundant reserves of which are located in the Valleyview property. When you drill an oil or gas well, water is typically pumped to the surface along with the oil and gas as a waste product. The volume of water that comes out of the well is at least 10 to 20 times greater than the volume of oil. In Valleyview, the water is brine containing dissolved minerals and metals including lithium. The brine is corrosive, and it must be treated before it is pumped back into the aquifer. Lithium Exploration Group has acquired 100% of the mineral rights to Valleyview, which means that all minerals and metals produced by these wells are LEXG’s. When you own shares in the Lithium Exploration Group, you own a piece of the massive lithium deposits Valleyview as well as the Salta Province in Argentina, and that means juicy profits for investors who get in on LEXG today, while you can still buy LEXG at a bargain-basement price.

“Lithium is predicted to turn into the most sought after chemical element by the world’s industry sectors.”
-- Epoch Times

Own Lithium Exploration Group today (symbol: OTCBB: LEXG) Why? There are several reasons, and the first is the value of the lithium in the groundwater. The valuation of any exploration or mining company is based largely on the monetary value of its oil, gas, gold, silver, or mineral reserves. While the exact volume of lithium controlled by Lithium Exploration Group is difficult to determine, the Valleyview wells sit in an area with an estimated 2.8 billion pounds of lithium. The higher the price of lithium, the more valuable our reserves -- and the more Lithium Exploration Group and its shares will be worth. As the graph shows, lithium prices have been rising steadily over the past several years, right along with demand – and each increase adds value to Lithium Exploration Group’s metal. Total lithium consumption has increased at a compound annual growth rate of 7.5% for the past 10 years. Since 2004, the price of lithium has more than tripled, from $2,000 per ton to about $6,600 per ton today. That means the lithium reserves owned by Lithium Exploration Group have also tripled in value. In addition to the 96 oil wells, there are more than 200 additional wells drilled at Valleyview that are capped because they never produced oil. Therefore they were of no interest to Barrick Energy and other oil companies that have operations on the property. But these capped wells are of plenty interest to Lithium Exploration Group, because they provide ready access to more of the lithium-bearing brine trapped in the underground rock formations. The oil and gas companies with wells on the property are eager to cooperate with Lithium Exploration Group to test well water for lithium and expand lithium production, because it helps them purify their water before returning it to the aquifer. In addition, the Valleyview projects are located in a mining friendly jurisdiction, in which Lithium Exploration Group had no trouble obtaining all the permits it needs to operate. The company has 5 mining permits, each giving Lithium Exploration Group the mineral and metals rights to roughly 22,239 acres of Alberta lands. Oil and gas companies have been drilling on the property for 30 years. Valleyview gives Lithium Exploration Group the best of both worlds: an advanced stage lithium asset with demonstrated historical resources combined with near-term production potential. Management estimates that Valleyview could begin lithium production within 12 months or sooner. The diagram illustrates one method of lithium carbonate production.

“Lithium is the hottest commodity these days.”
-- Jon Hykawy, Byron Capital Markets

Why LEXG picked Valleyview
Aside from the lithium-rich brine trapped in vast underground rock formations, several factors make Valleyview a great business investment for the Lithium Exploration Group and its shareholders. To begin with, there are only 96 oil and gas wells drilled on Valleyview’s vast 113,500 acre spread. Yet oil, gas, and brine are typically located in areas adjacent to producing wells. This means there is plenty of room for expansion and further exploration on the Valleyview fields.

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Making lithium cake
Lithium oxide is a crystal glass rock that is contained in the geological formations of western Alberta. Groundwater containing salts is heated by geothermal hotspots generally caused by magma leaking into the water. The resultant hot, salty water is highly corrosive. It eats away at the lithium oxide rock. Some of the minerals dissolve. The lithium, which has a high heat tolerance, simply leaches into the brine. After the brine is pumped to the surface, the water is separated from the lithium, salt, and other minerals to product a “cake.” Then the cake is treated to dissolve some of the other minerals, leaving lithium carbonate, which contains about 15% lithium.

Barrick Energy, Paramount Resources, Signalta Resources, Pen West Petroleum, and Canadian Resources each have wells on the Valleyview property. These companies are required by government mandate to test the well water annually. There are at least five production facilities at Valleyview, all with the equipment needed to separate the oil from the brine. All Lithium Exploration Group has to do is bolt on some additional equipment to these facilities to treat the leftover water that the oil companies are disposing of and recover the lithium from it. The oil companies already spend a huge amount of money – as much as 30 to 40 percent of their overhead -- treating the brine before it can be injected back into the aquifer. Re-injecting the water helps maintain pressure within the well reservoir. Oil and gas producers at Valleyview would welcome a process that can help them extract salt and minerals from that water, especially one that someone else (Lithium Exploration Group) is footing a portion of the bill for. In addition, Lithium Exploration Group has 100% rights to any metals and minerals produced from their activities.

Lithium prices are headed higher
I think you can guess why lithium prices are heading higher: skyrocketing demand. Few metals have more versatility, valuable properties, and applications than lithium – making it much sought after. Lithium is found in brines, clays, and a hard rock known as spodumene – a mineral that is a silicate or glass of lithium and aluminum. When the lithium is dissolved in brines, it is 2X more cost-effective to recover it from the liquid than from clay and rock. That’s because drilling wells and pumping water is always cheaper and has less environmental impact than traditional mining, which involves heavy equipment and processing of rock material. In addition, only the lithium held in groundwater at Valleyview -- or salt formations as in the Salta Province-- is considered battery grade. Lithium held in rock formations is only suitable for industrial uses such as glass, ceramics, and aerospace. A silver white metal, lithium is lightweight, heat resistant, and highly reactive. It is an ideal material with which to construct rechargeable batteries. In batteries, lithium can operate at temperatures up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Lithium batteries have higher power and 3X the energy density of conventional nickel metal hydride batteries with onethird of the weight.

“Lithium is generally considered a fuel of the future, since it has multiple uses in green energy systems and batteries for powering hybrid and electric cars.”
-- Money Morning

Own Lithium Exploration Group today (symbol: OTCBB: LEXG) Lithium batteries recharge faster for up to 3,000 recharge cycles, and they retain the charge better, with lower self-discharge rates than other materials. Plus, the lithium carbonate in the batteries can be recycled and used in a next generation battery. Unlike internal combustion engines, cars running on lithium batteries are a green technology, a non-polluting alternative to fossil fuels. In addition, using lithium batteries instead of gasoline to power cars helps free the United States from dependence on Arab oil for its transportation needs. Plus, lithium batteries provide better acceleration in electric vehicles than other batteries. They are a highly reliable power source. In 2008, lithium battery production represented

Applications for lithium include:
Aerospace. Aluminum alloys. Aircraft parts. Air treatment. Alloys. Back-up power for residential and commercial facilities. Buses. Cameras. Casting. Cellular telephones. Ceramics. Chemicals Construction equipment. Continuous casting. Desiccants. Diesel-hybrid rail drive units. Dyestuffs. Forklifts. Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. Hybrid and electric vehicles. Industrial bleaching and sanitation. Laptop computers. Lubricating greases. Mobile phones. MP3 players. Optical glass. Pharmaceuticals. Pool chemicals. Port cranes. Rechargeable power tools. Rocket propellants. Scooters. Specialty inorganics. Storage batteries for solar and wind energy. Small electronic devices.

In 2008, lithium battery production represented 70% of the total rechargeable battery market worldwide. The amount of lithium consumed globally for use in batteries has been increasing by more than 20% per year during the past few years

Dyestuffs. Electric bicycles. Electric grid stabilization.

Small electronic devices. Watercraft motors. Wheelchairs.

Lithium carbonate is frequently prescribed by psychiatrists as an anti-depressant. Pharmaceutical usage of lithium has averaged a 17% growth rate for the past 8 years.

Own Lithium Exploration Group today (symbol: OTCBB: LEXG) The U.S. Geological Survey observed that lithium use in batteries has expanded significantly in recent years because of their increasing usage in portable electronic devices and electrical tools. Annual worldwide demand for lithium is below 115,000 metric tons, used mostly in ceramics, glass, and consumer electronics. This figure could grow to 300,000 metric tons by 2020. At current growth rates, supply will have a hard time keeping up with demand: With continued 25% growth in portable electronics, there would only be enough lithium carbonate for 1.5 million Chevy Volts and similar allelectric vehicles by 2015 even with optimum production increases. As electric cars become increasingly more popular, this could create a lithium shortfall that drives lithium prices even higher. Carlos Ghosn of Nissan predicts there will be 10 million electric vehicles sold annually by 2016. As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, the U.S. Department of Energy funded $2.4 billion in grants to accelerate the development of American manufacturing capacity for batteries and electric drive components as well as deployment of electric drive vehicles. Approximately $940 million of the grant money went to lithium battery material suppliers, manufacturers, and recyclers.

The electric car market for lithium is exploding!
Global demand for lithium is skyrocketing, which in turn is driving the price per ton higher and higher. Overall lithium demand is expected to grow by almost 70%, from approximately 115,000 tons to 200,000 tons a year from 2009 to 2015, with batteries accounting for 40% of the total consumption. Despite all the applications and the versatility of lithium, the major application driving that demand in the coming years will be the unstoppable growth of the market for hybrid and electric cars that use some sort of lithium battery as a primary or secondary power source. While electric and hybrid vehicles are grabbing all the headlines, it is important to understand the impact on other markets. Developing nations such as China and India continue to move toward more efficient manufacturing of better-quality glass, for example, which means a greater need for lithium. As noted, current annual demand for lithium is approximately 115,000 metric tons, mostly for ceramics, glass, and consumer electronics. With the increasing popularity of electric and hybrid cars, demand for lithium could grow to 300,000 metric tons by 2020. Dramatic increases in lithium battery production have the potential to drive up pricing for other industrial applications, forcing companies to look for a strategic partner like Lithium Exploration Group to provide supply at an economically viable price. Key strategic markets for such partnerships include aluminum, ceramics and glass, and aerospace. The U.S. government has earmarked billions of dollars in grants, tax credits, and loans for domestic production of lithium-ion batteries for electric cars. The tax credits boost consumer demand for the vehicles. In fact, the United States has committed nearly $30 billion toward advanced technology vehicle manufacturing and the battery market.

How much lithium do you need?
TECHNOLOGY Cellular phones Laptop computers Electric hybrid vehicles Plug-in hybrid vehicles 40 kWh electric vehicle 1 MW bulk storage battery LITHIUM NEEDED 5 grams 10 grams 6 kilograms 12 kilograms 24 kilograms 800 kilograms

“Global automakers and battery makers need to ensure a steady supply of lithium to power the expected electric-car revolution.”
-- The Wall Street Journal

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Huge Chindian lithium demand
Asia is 2 to 3 years ahead of the Americas and Europe in its application of lithium battery technology. Like the U.S., which currently offers $7,500 incentives, every major industrialized nation is offering tax rebates to consumers who buy electric and hybrid vehicles. The Chinese have dedicated $15 billion to expanding their electric vehicle industry. Government subsidies have been introduced for electrical vehicles in five large Asian cities. More stringent carbon dioxide emission standards in China favor non-polluting power sources like lithium-ion batteries. According to the National Development and Reform Commission, China may subsidize the purchase of 4 million energy efficient vehicles by 2012. There are already 120 million electric scooters and bicycles in China. The leading Chinese lithium battery manufacturer, BYD, produced half a million electric vehicles in 2009. Hitachi has taken an order for $11 billion worth of diesel hybrid rail drive units with lithium ion storage batteries. The market for electric vehicles is forecasted to reach $17.5 billion by 2012 and $25 billion in 2014, a 90-fold increase over 2009. India is driving demand for lithium used in bulk storage batteries. The nation has a kilowatt crisis, with 40% of the power being generated being bootlegged by consumers who can’t afford to pay utility bills. India’s government is paying for solar and wind installations to power small villages, and these require a bank of bulk storage batteries to hold the electricity generated. Each bulk storage battery is 100X bigger than a car battery.

“Lithium demand may triple in the next decade as consumers buy more portable electronics and battery-powered vehicles.”
-- Bloomberg Businessweek

In 2008, the U.S. Department of Energy funded a $25 billion incentive program in direct loans to automobile manufacturers and component suppliers to update, expand, and build manufacturing facilities in the United States. Loan applicants included U.S. battery makers and technology companies seeking government support to build world-class lithium-ion battery manufacturing facilities. Every major automobile manufacturer – including GM, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Tesla Motors, Toyota, and Volkswagen – either makes or has plans to manufacture cars that run wholly or in part on electricity. In 2011, two all-electric cars will become commercially available for consumers to purchase: the Chevrolet Volt and the Nissan Leaf, both of which use lithium batteries. Commercials for the Volt have already appeared on television. A report from Dundee Securities Corporation notes that electric cars could make up more than a third of all new vehicles by 2020!

Source: Multipath Study Phase 1. Maximum Electric Scenario.

Making gasoline obsolete
With gasoline prices hovering around $3 per gallon, American consumers are eager to reduce their on-the-road automobile costs. Lithium may provide the answer, potentially making the Lithium Exploration Group the “new Exxon” of lithium production. Scientists in research and development are even now working on ways to make standard lithium batteries longer-lasting and much more powerful.

In lithium batteries, a lithium compound is used as the cathode while the anode is typically graphite. By altering the nanostructures of the battery anode and cathode, researches are increasing battery capacity, output power, lifespan, and stability, while decreasing the time required for charging lithium batteries. Now in development, a new lithium-metal-air battery may deliver 10X more energy density than today’s highest-output lithium batteries, equaling the energy density of gasoline. Conventional lithium-ion batteries have a graphite electrode, which limits the quantity of lithium the battery can hold. The new battery replaces graphite by using air as the electrode, resulting in more space for more lithium. Result: more than 10 times the capacity of standard lithium-ion batteries

The time to own LEXG is NOW!
Right now, you can pick up shares of Lithium Exploration Group at the ridiculously dirt-cheap price of a buck a piece. I urge you to load up while it’s still priced so low, because it won’t stay at that price level for long. Each time Lithium Exploration Group issues another press release announcing completion of a new milestone on its way to production at Valleyview – from pre-feasibility to feasibility study completion, to acquisitions and production – the stock is going to pop and we’re going to pocket more and more profits. What's next for the Lithium Exploration Group? The first step is the completion of testing on existing wells on property. Literally, this is happening as we speak, which is why time is of the essence in buying before the Wall Street buzz starts. They'll contained in the deposits, which will determine how much material can be extracted and, most important, the economic viability of each well and production facility. The bottom line is that the company expects to be producing revenue from exploration/extraction within the next 12 months — a much faster timeline than originally planned, so it's not going to remain an investing secret for much longer. It is extremely important for investors to own LEXG before these tasks are completed – and they are in progress right now. Today you can own the stock for bargain-basement prices. That’s because Lithium Exploration Group is largely unheard of: no analysts follow the stock, and the mainstream and financial press virtually ignore it. Once the news of Lithium Exploration Group’s vast holdings and production

“As awareness spreads that lithium is a crucial ingredient for hybrid and electric cars, a global hunt is

electric cars, a global hunt is underway for new supplies of the metal.”
-- The New York Times

before the Wall Street buzz starts. They'll also be bringing the historical resource estimates to National Instrument 43-101 standards. Once those checkpoints are hit, immediate plans include formalizing discussions with strategic partners for lithium production, conducting bulk sampling to produce battery-grade lithium carbonate, and a prefeasibility study for production and distribution. The study includes an analysis of the flow from the wells and testing what minerals are

Group’s vast holdings and production capacity hit the pages of the Wall Street Journal, it will be too late. Early investors will have scooped up the lion’s share of the profits, and late investors will pay a premium price to own the stock. Best of all, it won’t take a meteoric rise in LEXG’s share price to give us a handsome gain from our initial purchase price. The stock could give early investors a gain of 1,000%, turning every $10,000 invested into a $100,000 windfall.

“The gas engine made petroleum the world’s biggest commodity. The electric car could do the same for the third element on the periodic table [lithium].”
-- Forbes

“We have big concerns regarding the supply of lithium.”
--Thomas Brachman Honda R&D, Europe

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LEXG’s Argentinian treasure
In addition to the property at Valleyview, Lithium Exploration Group’s senior management has acquired a second lithium claim, this one located in the Salta Province in northwest Argentina on the Puna plateau, a high elevation basin-like plain on the eastern slope of the Andes Mountains. Of all nations, Argentina is the one with the second-largest known lithium reserves. The lithium on the Lithium Exploration Group’s properties is located in salars and their adjacent alluvial fans. Salars are salt lakes that have evaporated to form salt flats. The evaporated lake leaves under the surface of the salt flats groundwater that has high levels of lithium and other minerals. An NI 43-101 compliant technical report performed on the Salta Province found that preliminary sampling yielded good values in lithium. National Instrument 43-101 is a rule developed by the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) for the disclosure of scientific and technical information about mining and mineral projects to the public. NI 43-101 requires that all disclosures be based on advice by a qualified engineer or geoscientist with at least 5 years experience. According to the report, there could be many millions of tons of lithium buried in the salar’s mud flats and the alluvial fans. The Lithium Exploration Group’s Argentina property is in two separate areas, Salar Rio Grande and Salar Arizaro, totaling 104,560 acres with lithium concentrations up to 108 ppm. The Salar Arizaro is ranked #4 in the list of lithium-rich salars in the Andean region. Other minerals on the property include boron, potash, calcium, magnesium, iodine, bromine, and potassium. Lithium was discovered in the area when the waters were being explored to be sold for copper mining in neighboring Chile. Three other companies are pursuing lithium

other companies are pursuing lithium production in adjacent areas, including

Admiralty Resources Salar de Rincon, which is projected to produce 17,000 tons of lithium carbonate annually. Geothermic centers in the region produce thermal waters which dissolved the lithium from the volcanic rocks. High evaporation ratios and extremely low precipitation help to concentrate the lithium in the brines. The lithium in the Salta Province exists in both hard rock and brines. Removing the lithium from the brine is the more economical option, because it requires no tailings storage, waste

disposal areas, or heap leach pads. The brines are pumped into large flat pools. After much of the water evaporates, the resulting slush containing lithium chloride is shipped to a processing plant in tanks. The Argentine government is favorable to mining, and mining takes priority over all other uses on federal lands. The Lithium Exploration Group’s properties are easily accessible by a national highway, and a main railroad line runs directly through it.

A proven management team!
Lithium Exploration Group’s senior management has vast experience in financing, adding shareholder value through strategic acquisition, and reconnaissance and development of projects with compelling commercial potential. Importantly, management has connections with lithium buyers at some of the largest battery producers in China and India, creating a built-in demand for their product. Unlike gold and silver, whose prices are set on an exchange, there is no exchange for lithium. Lithium prices are determined by simple supply and demand. If you can find a buyer who needs your lithium, you can set your price. Here are the key members of Lithium Exploration Group’s management team and board of directors:

>> Alex Walsh, Founder and CEO
Alex has extensive experience on Wall Street including raising capital and forming strategic partnerships for young operating companies. He is the founder of a benefits firm serving small business clients. He has also consulted in numerous industries to help clients expand into new markets worldwide. He holds a B.A. in economics and management from DePauw University.

7 reasons to own LEXG today
1—Company insiders own 63% of the shares. They would not invest their own money unless they believed the stock was headed higher. 2—Drilling and testing on the property has been going on for 30 years, giving us a historically demonstrated lithium reserve. 3—With over 113,000 acres on Lithium Exploration Group’s Canadian claim, there is a high likelihood of making additional lithium discoveries on the property. 4—There are 96 oil wells already on the property, all drilled without a penny of expense to Lithium Exploration Group. In addition, there are more than 200 capped wells that can be reopened and tested for lithium in the water. 5—Underground brine on the Canadian property contains high concentrations of lithium – up to 200 ppm 6—Lithium Exploration Group expects to

>> Jonathan Jazwinski Director
Began his career as a field engineer for SRK Consulting, working on BHP Billiton’s San Manuel Mine Closure Project, one of the industry’s largest mine closures and environmental remediation efforts to date. More recently, he led the short-range planning department at Freeport-McMoRan Sierrita, where his responsibilities included equipment scheduling and production forecasting. Jonathan holds a B.S. in Mining Engineering from the University of Arizona and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.

>> Brandon Colker, Director
Is the founder and CEO of Sustainable Venture Capital, a national brokerage and

Venture Capital, a national brokerage and direct lending institution. His connections to private and institutional capital allow him to assist in debt and equity capital financing for his global clients, and he has participated in transactions up to $5 billion. Mr. Colker graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara with a degree in Economics.

begin lithium production within 12 months, and when they do, an initial investment of $10,000 could become a $100,000 profit windfall. 7—The company has acquired a second property in Argentina with lithium concentrations up to 108 ppm.

How to Buy Lithium Exploration Group
1—For more information, visit the Lithium Exploration Group web site at www.lithiumexplorationgroup.com 2—Go to your online account and place an order for shares of Lithium Exploration Group, OTCBB: LEXG. 3—Or call your broker and tell him to buy Lithium Exploration Group for you. 4—If you have any questions call or write Investor Relations at the Lithium Exploration Group: Lithium Exploration Group 3200 N. Hayden Road #300 Scottsdale, Arizona 85251 Phone 480-641-4780 investor@lithiumexplorationgroup.com

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